Living LGBTQ History
Honor LGBT History Month by listening to the many varied and incredible voices of LGBTQ communities from StoryCorps OutLoud.
"I was worried that you liked me as a girl."
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Voices of Chicago
To commemorate the closure of our Chicago booth, our partner WBEZ put together a weeklong tribute. Listen to a selection of stories celebrating our Chicago storytellers.
“It is a very specific cloud hanging over us. It just feels like we’re at pause.”
Irakere Picon, an immigration lawyer who often represents undocumented immigrants — and happens to be an undocumented immigrant himself — talks with his wife, Arianna Hermosillo, about how it impacts their relationship.
“We looked like a very scary situation coming in there. And we turned into a party people wanted to join.”
Ellen Hughes speaks with Keith Miller, the hospital safety officer who helped her son when he had a violent reaction to a medication.
"Mauricio was able to teach us to live in the moment... life is a party. Enjoy it."
Jorge and Jessica Valdivia remember their brother, Mauricio, who passed away from COVID-19.